Up to 40% off Mantra hotel stays

Cristal Dyer 15 February 2018

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Stop dreaming about your holiday and get planning with luxe hotel rooms from $99 per night.

Maybe you’ve snagged a really good flight sale but haven’t been able to carry the deals over to your hotel stay. Or maybe you’ve been dreaming about a cheap weekend getaway to help you make it all the way to the Easter hols.

To get your vacation plans sorted Mantra Hotels has launched its biggest ever global sale with savings at over 130 properties.

Starting at just $99 per night you can save up to 40% off at selected properties including Art Series, Peppers, Mantra and BreakFree Hotels in Australia, New Zealand, Bali and Hawaii.

There are loads of hotels to pick from in the sale, including three-star digs up to five-star luxury rooms and with both city, beach and country escapes covered, so you’ll be hard-pressed not to find the right one for you.

The lowest price we found is for 4-star Mantra PortSea in Port Douglas from $99 per night, reduced from $138 per night.

Other highlights include:

You better get in quick though, this sale ends this Wednesday, 21 February 2018.

To book: Head over to Wotif to get a full list of cities with the best dates and to book.

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